"Books that Changed History"
Here are the weekly topics:
Sept. 8- Chairman Mao's Little Red Book by Mao Zedong, Dr. Huiying Hill, Professor and Chair of Sociology
Sept. 15- Epistemology of the Closet by Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick, Dr. Matthew Romaniello, Associate Professor of History
Sept. 22- Plato's Apology, Dr. Mary Beth Willard, Associate Professor of Philosophy
Sept. 29- Silent Spring by Rachel Carson, Dr. Sara Dant, Professor and Chair of History
Oct. 6- Nunca Más by the Argentine National Commission on the Disappearance of Persons, Dr. Jeff Richey, Associate Professor of History
Oct. 13- Fall Break
Oct. 20- The Leviathan by Thomas Hobbes, Dr. Thom Kuehls, Professor and Chair of Political Science
Oct. 27- Das Kapital by Karl Marx, Dr. Brady Brower, Professor of History
Nov. 3- The Feminine Mystique by Betty Friedan, Dr. Leah LaGrone, Assistant Professor of History
Nov. 10- Common Sense by Thomas Paine, Dr. Vikki Deakin, Professor of History
Nov. 17- Why We Can't Wait by Martin Luther King, Jr., Dr. Eric Fenrich, Instructor of History
Nov. 23- Thanksgiving Break
Dec. 1- An Essay on the Principle of Population by Thomas Malthus and A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, Dr. Stephen Francis
Dec. 8- Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe, Dr. Susan Matt, Professor of History and Director of Interdisciplinary Collaborations
This semester students can take this seminar either for 2 credit hours, or 3 credit hours. Those choosing to take it for 3 credit hours must read three of the above books.
This seminar will be held on Wednesday evenings starting September 8 from 4:15 p.m.-6:45 p.m.
The Social Science Education Center is covering the cost of this seminar.
So you will be able to get college credit at No Cost to You.
For further information contact Dr. Stephen Francis email@example.com
How to Register
Visit the following link to enroll with Weber State Continuing Education http://www.weber.edu/teachertraining
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Spring 2022 - TBA
If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Stephen Francis firstname.lastname@example.org.